Other Resources and Information
Further information about other sources of financial aid is readily available at public libraries and college financial aid offices. Students should aggressively seek out and apply for financial assistance from grant, loan, and private scholarship sources. Students may also access a free Internet scholarship service. To learn more, visit the FastWeb website. This and many other financial aid resources are listed online at the Ithaca College Tuition & Financial Aid website.
Among the websites with financial aid information are:
- U.S. Department of Education website
- New York State Higher Education Services Corporation website
- National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators website, which offers a comprehensive selection of other links
- Council for Exceptional Children website, which provides information on scholarship opportunities for students with disabilities
In addition to the financial aid programs listed in this catalog, there are many specialized aid programs available to students who are members of underrepresented groups or who are disabled. Among these is the following:
- Educational opportunities for persons who are disabled or legally blind — contact the New York State Education Department, Adult Career and Continuing Education Services Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR), 89 Washington Avenue, New York State Education Building Annex Room 580 EBA Albany, New York 12234 or by phone: 1-800-222-JOBS (5627); or the Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped, Office of Children and Family Services, The Atrium, 100 S. Salina Street, Suite 105, Syracuse, NY 13202, phone: 315-423-5417.